I have also had to move/remove some of the connections between the ESP8266 module and the Nucleo once putting the module back. Specifically, I removed the RST pin from the Nucleo, and now ground it manually on the odd occasion I need to hard-reset the module. Not sure why it was giving me problems on the GPIO pin of the Nucleo, but it was, and it’s not really required. Self-contained NodeMCU flasher with GUI based on esptool.py and wxPython.
To install the latest version of binwalk, you can download the source code and follow the installation procedures or the Quick Start Guide available in the project’s website. You double-click on a file and it doesn’t open the way it should. Many file extensions can be opened by multiple programs, and many programs can open multiple file extensions. If you’re having trouble opening FIRMWARE files, here are some ways you might be able to make it work.
- is installed with Do-more Designer,
- Flight Controller Firmware Parameters Array Editor finds an array of flight
- BIN files are made up of binary computer codes and have a wide variety of uses.
- The rest of the features are exactly the same with Espressif’s firmware.
- Running them without parameters
- Funduc Software Hex Editor is another free open source HEX editor software that you can also use as a BIN file editor.
You can also use this method on systems that do not have an optical drive at all. An AVR build produces a HEX file that must be uploaded to the board over USB. Errors emitted in a Marlin build will usually explain exactly what’s wrong in configuration and provide instructions on how to fix them and how to update older settings. The first error reported is the most relevant; others might just be the result of the first, and are less useful. When asking for support it will help to provide a full build log or a screenshot that includes the first error. For each MOTHERBOARD there are one or more PlatformIO environments that tell PlatformIO how to build the firmware for it. In Marlin we keep track of these environments using comments in the file pins.h (located at Marlin/src/pins/pins.h since Marlin 2.0).
Then I brought up a PuTTY window and configured it as shown below. The new firmware defaults to this communication rate rather than the 115 Kbps rate used in the factory-installed firmware. In the flashing tool, I changed the serial port from COM1 to COM6 because that’s where the CH232HM cable resides on my system. Clicking on the Download button download stock firmware started the reprogramming of the flash chip.